Breast cancer is the leading cause of death for women aged 40 to 55 years and about 80 percent of those diagnosed do not have a family history of this disease.
One in eight women will develop invasive breast cancer in their lives with nearly 40,000 losing their lives each year. And, around 1,700 men will develop breast cancer every year too.
So, what can you do to reduce your risk? And, what is the relationship between GMO and Breast Cancer? GMO can cause breast cancer. Many people suffer from these diseases because of GMO foods.
There are many cancer diagnoses attorney in New Hampshire who are helping the patients and their family members to get some financial compensation from the manufactured. If you or your family member is also suffering from the health issues due to the GMO food then you are also eligible to file a case against the company. You can visit this link to find professional lawyers.
Organic diets rich in fruits and vegetables, maintaining a healthy weight, (there is a strong relationship between being overweight and breast cancer among postmenopausal women) exercising regularly, limiting alcohol intake, not smoking and supporting a strong immune system through food and supplements. But we also have to examine and reduce our chemical exposure.
We want to bring your awareness to the relationship between breast cancer and toxic chemicals found in genetically modified plants, specifically glyphosate, and the active ingredient in the herbicide "Roundup".
Stephanie Seneff, Senior Research Scientist at MIT stated that "glyphosate may be the most important factor in the development of various chronic diseases and conditions that have become prevalent in westernized societies."
One study revealed that glyphosate has estrogenic properties that cause proliferation of dramatic breast cancer which explains why rats fed Roundup develop large breast tumors. Another recently published study shows glyphosate toxicity for aquatic, animal and human life.
GMOs are plants or animals created through the process of genetic engineering. This technology forces DNA from one species to another, resulting in an unstable combination that does not occur in nature. Almost all commercial GMOs are engineered to be resistant to herbicides and/or produce insecticides.